In fall 2015, the Paris Museum of Modern Art unveiled a Warhol exhibit co-curated by professor Hervé Vanel. Find out about the thinking behind the exhibit in this interview.
Author: Marie Rousseau
Rieko Whitfield ’14: A Promising Young Artist
Rieko Whitfield, a young AUP graduate and artist, sat down with me to discuss her work and inspiration, as well as her advice to young artists.
Dan Gunn Co-edits Third Volume of “The Letters of Samuel Beckett”
Professor Dan Gunn worked on the editing of the third volume of Beckett’s letters and uncovered many fascinating facets of Beckett’s work and life.
6 Things Coldplay Taught Me About Job Searching
I’ve been job searching for about 6 months and I’ve learned a whole lot. Here are my key takeaways with the help of the wisdom of Chris Martin.
Why There Are Only 3 Degrees Of Separation Between You And Your Next Job
It turns out getting an interview is as simple as running into someone in a coffee shop.
Online Privacy: The PRIPARE Project
A woman enters a liquor store. She slowly peruses the isles. The man behind the counter watches her. Eventually, she walks up to the counter and casually hands him a twenty dollar bill.
Combining Art And Finance
Serge Tiroche was born in Israel in 1966 into a family of art dealers. After an initial career in banking, Tiroche decided to combine his two passions: art and finance.
My Job Hacking for Change.org
Over the course of a week I rolled out 6 recommendations to improve change.org’s communication strategy looking both at social media and email marketing.
Art And The Market
Think you know how art is sold? Come along on a guided visit of Christie’s, the famous art auction house, led by its furniture department director Simon de Monicault.